Machine-generated content and data storytelling will become more common and as content strategist and content creators we might as well wrap or a head around it. And use it to our advantages to create better experiences.
In the spirit of every platform needing all the same features WordPress has now rolled out WordPress stories.
It’s basically the same feature as stories are on Instagram or LinkedIn or Facebook or fleets on Twitter. Facebook has stories too, I guess.
This article discusses why you should edit text in WordPress as opposed to Word documents or other word-processing tools.
A look at how to measure SEO results and how to go about creating content that works and event build on accidental success.
The Japanese Keyword Hack exploits sites and inserts spammy content to rank for Japanese keywords. Let’s talk about how to fix it.
Displaying read times of content seems to becoming more popular across thought leader blogs and websites. LinkedIn also now shows read times. Let’s dive into the topic to help you decide whether or not you should show read times.
Most every business should have a website. I share why and how to create small business websites.
A look at the difference between WordPress posts and pages and when you should care and how to use them for different types of content.
A look at the Click to Tweet plugin for WordPress and how to see if users are clicking on it and using it.
Voice dictate your content to be more efficient. A look at my tips and tricks on how to do that.
Estimated read time: 3 minutesDuplicate content can be an issue and rightfully so: I post original content on my site. Somebody else publishes it on their site. Google penalizes them – or me – for duplicate content! Stop stealing my content! Duplicate content is usually […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesYou know I love mobile content creation. Writing on my iPhone or iPad anywhere. Live video on walks. Editing video while waiting for an appointment. It’s all possible now and tools are getting better by seemingly the minute. I was pleased […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesI had logged into my Google Adsense account and there was the warning: My earnings were at risk! Now, it’s not like Adsense was on track to make me millions anytime soon, but why leave money on the table? And it […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesInline ads certainly can work and so can popups. I know, I know. At dinner parties, nobody will admit that. Not even the marketers that use them to their advantage. But companies use them, because they work. So which one works […]
A look at a May 2019 Google search results pages update that makes your favicon and website url more important. This shows on mobile only for now.
Estimated read time: 2 minutesI try to keep pop ups on here to a minimum, but sometimes they are worth trying to get people to: Sign up for my newsletter Buy something Come see me at a conference I don’t have too many emergency alerts […]